Travelodge Seattle North / Edmonds
Travel Blogs from Edmonds
As if we didn't have enough time spent on driving in our trip to America so far, we chose to complete an approximately 5 hour drive from the Olympic National Park to Mt. Rainier National Park. We had an early start to the day and departed Port Angeles on the northern tip of the Olympic Peninsula, and only made a stop at the Nordic heritage town of …
... rain and low cloud along the way unfortunately masking any mountain views, before catching the car ferry across Puget Sound to reconnect with the Seattle area.
Today we went on a tour of the Boeing factory at Makilteo, just north of Seattle, where they assemble the 747, 777 & the new 787 Dreamliner. In typical American style, the assembly building is the largest building by volume in the ...
... waiving the right to sue the resort for anything puts paid to that). The more it snowed, the better it became and the better it became the more powder we had to play in. I spent the beginning of the week in San Francisco at a conference, trying to drum up business with a member of my team. Internal flights here are incredibly efficient . . . they race from stand to run-way and back again and no sooner is one lot of human cargo unloaded than the next is on-board. ...
... are over 500 Starbucks café’s within a 5 mile radius of the original one near the Market and mind you, a great deal of that radius is over water. Besides Starbucks you’ve got a staggering variety of coffee establishments to choose from. Seattle Coffee Works was a good choice, even though the staff was acutely unfriendly and it took a looooong time for them to make my tiny drink. My macchiato – an Italian blend of 1 ounce each of espresso ...
So many really big wildfires burning, especially between Wenatchee and Ellensburg, visible from I 90. The smoke was visible all the way to Boise, Ida. So nice red sunsets but no blue skies. We stopped in Prosser for some Chuckar Cherries and overnighted in Richland. Our visit with friends was cut short due to their medical emergency and surgery. The patient suffered a broken leg but is recuperating now. We stopped at McNary Dam to watch the salmon runs thru the fish ladders and windows. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility